posted Jul 3rd, 2014 -
This year's great comeback success of the Northern California Skydiving League must have been inspiring for competitors of the neighboring Southern California Skydiving League, which was launched even earlier than the original NCSL.
|| Josh Hall with Elsinore GT in 2003
In fact, it was the Southwest Skydiving League, including Arizona and California, that became the first league in the NSL Network on the west coast in 2000. Arizona and California eventually separated and formed their own leagues due to the long travel distances. California also finally split up into the northern and the southern leagues.
The Northern California Skydiving League went into hibernation at the end of the 2001 season, while the Southern California Skydiving League has continued ever since, with Skydive Perris and Skydive Elsinore as the regular hosts, but with a decreasing participation.
|SCSL - April 26th, 2014||Round 1||Round 2||Total||Avg|
|Rank||AAA Class|| ||3,J,B,7||E,19,G,1||Total||Avg|
|1||FunkyTown Monkey Pimps (US)||SCSL||12||7||19||9.5|
|Rank||AA Class|| ||J,B,7||E,19,G||Total||Avg|
|1||Elsinore Horizon (US)||SCSL||15||10||25||12.5|
|2||Its A Secret (US)||SCSL||10||8||18||9.0|
|Rank||A Class|| ||J,B,7||E,19||Total||Avg|
|1||Team Steve One (US)||SCSL||5||-||5||5.0|
|2||Critical Mass (US)||SCSL||0||0||0||0.0|